GIT Podcast #014 – End Of Year Planning

Written by Samantha Pointer

On December 14, 2013
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This week I talk about end of year planning and how to get started planning for next year now. Don’t wait until you are knee deep into next year to begin planning for what you want to accomplish that year.

Resolutions and goals come and go for everyone each year, but I have found that when you take time to really reflect on the current year and what you want to do the next and actually write it out you are much more likely to accomplish what you set out to do.

Listen in as I share with you what I am doing and how easy it is to get started.

Show Notes:

End of Year PlanningIf you would like some accountability for planning for next year come on over to our Facebook page and leave me one of your goals for next year. Or you can leave a comment below and tell me your one goal for the coming year.

For an excellent resource for Career Mapping check out Sandi Krakowski’s 2014 Career Mapping Audio. It really helped me to create my one page career map and get on track to the best possible year yet.

 

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